Made for Trade team to exhibit in London this autumn

The Made for Trade (MfT) team is set to showcase three Korniche products at the National Homebuilding and Renovating Show in London this autumn.

The move follows the business’ successful Fit Show exhibition presence in May, where the business’ flat rooflight product was unveiled and the team’s ‘Faster to Fit‘ fundraising challenge was completed.

The Homebuilding and Renovation Show is set to take place at London’s ExCeL from 22 to 24 September. At that show, the MfT team plans to highlight the new flat rooflight.

“The Korniche flat rooflight takes all the USPs and attributes on which the brand has made its name in the industry, and applies them to a flat glass system in order to meet consumer and trade demand,” a representative of the business explained.

“The aesthetic appeal mirrors that of the bi-folding doors and roof lantern, with a sleek and ultra-slimline profile alongside the highest thermal efficiency – something buyers want to see now more than ever.”

MfT’s leaders have invested in nationwide promotion for the Korniche brand, which includes the London show. The MfT team’s stand at the show is set to feature the full, three-product range: the new flat rooflight alongside the roof lantern and bi-folding door in single, patio, four- and five-leaf configurations.

As with the brand’s Fit Show exhibition presence in May, the business’ ambassador, Mark Millar, is to be on site at the London show, in support of the north-east-based company. The TV presenter is to meet MfT’s new and existing customers, and to help promote Korniche products before giving a talk at the show’s ‘MasterClass Stage’ on Saturday 23 September.

“As consumers continue to request Korniche by name to their builders and installers, Homebuilding and Renovating Shows are the ideal platforms to showcase products to homeowners in a position to invest in their own self-build projects and upgrades, further building the brand in a way that works for both parties,” the brand’s representative continued.

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